Karnataka Animal Husbandry Minister Prabhu Chauhan on Monday stated that the animal husbandry division is keenly taking a look at making Bengaluru freed from stray canine.
The animal husbandry division is considering making Bengaluru stray dog-free after getting many complaints of canine assaults and rabies within the metropolis, as per particulars by the division.
“It is very important catch the road canine and provides all of them the required vaccines so that folks needn’t have to fret about road canine. We’re additionally planning to convey them below one shelter the place they are often rescued and correctly taken care of so that folks do not get any shortage and disturbance by the road canine,” stated Mr Chauhan.
Mr Chauhan additionally held a gathering with officers of Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) and the involved division relating to vaccinating canine to manage their beginning price in Bengaluru.
He additional stated that contemplating all the main points given by the BBMP and the animal husbandry division officers we are going to take the choice to make Bengaluru stary dog-free.
The town’s stray canine inhabitants is exploding regardless of the BBMP neutering a minimum of 45,000 animals yearly since 2018, in response to the survey.
A 2019 survey revealed that solely 51 per cent of the three,09,000 stray canine within the metropolis had been neutered, however officers say containing the stray canine inhabitants is a far steeper problem than it appears.
BBMP officers concerned within the programme admitted that dog-catching is a giant problem.
“If they aim 10 or 15 canine, they handle to seize hardly one or two because the strays disguise in culverts and drains,” a senior BBMP official instructed ANI.
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